Patricia Barber's New Release "Live: A Fortnight in France" and Tour Info


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After a two-year recording, during which she was awarded a 2003 Guggenheim Fellowship Award, the singular jazz singer-songwriter-pianist PATRICIA BARBER is back with her first live album since 1999's Companion. Her quartet (guitarist Neal Alger, bassist Mike Arnopol & Eric Montzka) has become a highly intuitively unit, a fact to which the ten performances on her new Blue Note recording Live: A Fortnight In France (release date: Sept. 7, 2004) testify.

“The most convincing jazz singer-songwriter since Peggy Leee, her dark imagery, gripping interpretations and propulsive piano playing are among the great wonders of contemporary music" ~Don Heckman, The Los Angeles Times

Patricia Barber Tour Dates

9/2/2004 - Ouro Preto, Brazil - Festival De Jazz Ouro Preto
9/3/2004 - Rio de Janeiro, BRA - Mistrua Fina
9/4/2004 - Rio de Janeiro, BRA - Mistrua Fina
9/11/2004 - Chicago, IL - Green Mill
9/28/2004 - New York, NY - Joe's Pub
9/29/2004 - New York, NY - Joe's Pub
10/1/2004 - Boston, MA - Cambridge Cultural Center
10/2/2004 - Boston, MA - Cambridge Cultural Center
10/3/2004 - Burlington, VT - University Recital Hall
10/9/2004 - Denver, CO - Sheraton Ballroom
10/13/2004 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Broward Center for the PA
10/22/2004 - Paris, FRA - Follies Bergere
10/24/2004 - Cork, Ireland - Everyman Palace Theater
10/27/2004 - Luxembourg City, LUX - Den Atelier
10/29/2004 - Lusanne, Switzerland - Casina de Montbenon Salle Paderewski
12/6/2004 - Santa Cruz, CA - Kuumbwa Jazz Center

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